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Best Hair Clipper Set I've Ever Used

Updated on July 26, 2014

Why Buy a Set of Hair Clippers:

There's nothing like saving a bit of money. If your a guy or have a son, you know how many haircutts we need. I personally can't stand my hair growing too long. And, I can't always afford to throw away money on a professionally done haircut. Buying your own set of clippers is well worth it. It'll definitely pay for itself after about 6 cuts depending on how much you pay for a haircut in the first place.

So I started to try to learn how to cut my own hair. Took some time but I'm finally getting the hang of it. More so with this set of clippers. I started out with a different brand (don't recall the name) that didn't work as well. The blades on the Wahl were excellent, cut smoothly and quietly. The colored cutting guides didn't really matter to me when I bought it. But, the first time I used it I realized how valuble that tiny detail was. Not having to check the number on them and just knowing which one you needed is a time saver.

If you don't want to cut your hair yourself the first time use the set to keep it short after getting a haircut by your barber by trimming it every 2 or so weeks.

The Wahl Color Pro Hair Clippers Set:

A 17 piece set that comes with all you need to cut your hair. As you can see in the picture there are eight size guides and of course the right and left ear tapers. Oil for the blades and a small brush to clean them. As well as scissors and a comb. The extra piece there is a cover for when you put your clippers away and clamps on just like the guides do. All this comes in a nice neat black case.

This particular set doesn't have a adjustible stock. Which I thought it needed, but no I was wrong. It's very easy to clean this way as well no hair getting caught between the blades.

More Wahl Hair Clippers

Several Videos To Show You How To Cut Your Own/Somebody Elses Hair

Pleanty more on YouTube


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    • ShadowSphereOT profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from U.S.

      @esmonaco: Thanks. Yeah same here, but practice makes perfect.

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      Eugene Samuel Monaco 

      4 years ago from Lakewood New York

      Very nice review I try to cut my own, it doesn't always work the way I want it to!!!

    • ShadowSphereOT profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from U.S.

      @Adventuretravels: I have not tried the freestyla, but seems like a neat tool if your cutting someone elses hair. Don't know if it would be helpful when cutting your own hair though (which is what I do). Thanks for stopping by and liking my lens.

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      4 years ago from Perth UK

      I love these things. I cut my husband's hair and my son's, which is more of a challenge now that he's a teen. I need to learn how to use tools like these. I love cutting hair! It's my missed vocation. thanks for the videos they're great. Do you use the Freestyla?


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